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Google Analytics – Asynchronous Tracking Comes Out of Beta

The launch of Google Analytics Asynchronous tracking method (New faster page tag) has been evolved last year probably on December 2009 which came out in beta version and it was available to all Google Analytics users. We all already known about this tracking method that offers an improved way to track webpage visitors with Google Analytics.

This asynchronous snippet offers the following benefits:

  • Faster tracking code load times for your web pages due to improved browser execution
  • Enhanced data collection and accuracy
  • Elimination of tracking errors from dependencies when the JavaScript hasn’t fully loaded

Anyone who likes to improve the accuracy of Analytics data and to amend their webpage load times, then this new snippet is the right option to use.

Here is the good news for all Google Asynchronous tracking method admirers. Finally, the new faster page tag (Asynchronous tracking) comes out of beta. This has been officially announced by Google. The asynchronous tracking snippet is now available for all profiles in GA accounts which is the default snippet instead of traditional tracking snippet (ga.js).

This new page tag will definitely speed up your site and every site that uses Google Analytics through the web. You can learn here, if you want to upgrade from your existing tag (which Google highly recommends).

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